|Item Weight||17.69 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||18 x 14.5 x 7.75 inches|
|Item model number||3540-02|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Style||Wet Tile Saw|
|Power Source||Electric Powered|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty||30 Day Money Back Guarantee - 1 year warranty|
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SKIL 3540-02 7-Inch Wet Tile Saw
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- Corrosive resistant stainless steel top supports tiles up to 12 x 12-inch
- Adjustable rip fence with miter gauge for accurate straight and miter cuts
- Blade cooling water reservoir to keep blade cool while minimizing dust and debris
- Bevel cuts tile from 0 to 45 degrees. Cut Material: Stone/Masonry
- Cross Cut Capacity: 7.75-inch Diagonal Cut Capacity: 7.25-inch
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SKIL 3540-02 120-Volt 4.2 Amp 7-Inch Wet Tile Saw
With more and more homeowners tackling renovations on their own and looking for quality tools on a budget , the SKIL 3540-02 120-Volt 4.2 Amp 7-inch Wet Tile Saw is perfect to use for replacing or installing various tile floors.
- Amperage: 4.2
- Rating: 120V AC Only
- No Load RPM: 3,600
- Blade Diameter: 7 Inches
- Miter Angle: 0-45 Degrees
- Bevel Positive Stop at: 0, 45 Degrees
Stainless Steel Table Top
A stainless steel table top will resist corrosion after multiple uses.
Adjustable Rip Fence with Miter Gauge
The adjustable rip fence with miter gauge will allow you to make accurate and straight miter cuts.
Bevel Cuts Tile From 0 to 45 Degrees
For a more intricate design or to tackle those end pieces, the 0-45 degree bevel will provide flexibility for various cut types.
Blade Cooling Water Reservoir
The blade cooling reservoir not only is a safety feature because it keeps the blade from heating up, but the constant flow of water will help minimize the dust and debris while cutting the tile.
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|Included Components||bare-tool||7-Inch Tile Cutter, 1 Spanner Wrench, 1 Nut Driver, 1 Instruction Manual||bare-tool||PCE980 7in. Wet Tile Saw, 7 in. Porcelain Tile Blade, Miter Square, Blade Wrench||3601 Flooring saw, Contractor saw blade with 36 carbide tipped teeth, durable aluminum fence, vertical workpiece clamp, dust bag||stand|
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|Power Source||Electric Powered||Electric Powered||Electric Powered||Electric Powered||Electric Powered||Electric Powered|
|Style||Wet Tile Saw||7-Inch wet tile saw||Wet tile saw||wet tile saw||Flooring Saw||Wet tile saw w/stand|
|Voltage||120.00 volts||120.00 volts||120 volts||120 volts||120 volts||120.00 volts|
Skil 3540-02 7" Wet Tile Saw Complete tiling projects easily with the model 3540, 7 in. Wet Tile Saw. The stainless steel top resists corrosion and the adjustable rip fence with miter gauge ensures accurate straight and miter cuts. Skil 3540-02 7" Wet Tile Saw Features: Stainless Steel Table top is Resistant to Corrosion Adjustable Rip Fence with Miter Gauge for Accurate Straight and Miter Cuts 0-45 Degree Bevel for a Wide Range of Cuts Blade Cooling Water Reservoir to Keep Blade Cool and Minimize Dust and Debris 7" Diamond Blade for Fast and Smooth Cutting Skil 3540-02 7" Wet Tile Saw Specifications: Amperage: 4. 2 Arbor Size: 5/8" Bevel Angle Range: 0-45 degrees Bevel Stops: 0 Degrees, 45 Degrees Blade Diameter: 7" Depth of Cut at 45 Deg. : 1" Depth of Cut at 90 Deg. : 1-3/8" Length: 14" Name: 3540 (S12) No Load RPM: 3600 Voltage: 120V AC Only Weight (lbs. ): 18 Width: 13. 25"
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I cut and set 240 sq ft of 24”x24” porcelain tile, 3/8 thick. Because if the size of the tile I had to build a platform to support the tiles as I cut them. I did not use the fence that came with the saw instead I used a straight board and clamps on the platform for a guide. Sometimes I just mark the tile and eye ball the cuts
The blade that came with the saw didn’t last long so I replaced it. I also found that the water reservoir was too small and ran out of water after only a few minutes. I cured this by wedging the garden hose in the reservoir and turning it on low. That seemed to work just fine. This saw does throw water in the path of the cut so you will get wet.
All in all, this saw worked fine. The size of the tile was the only challenge. It is possible to use this saw for large format tiles. If You are laying smaller tiles, you should have no issues. Just take your time and don’t force the tile into the blade. All my cuts were straight, full length cuts, no angles, so that made it easier. I’m happy with this saw. The job turned out great.
I spent $100 on this Skil (saw, shipping, tax). It worked great.
Cutting the stone panels was no problem. The thickest stone was 1.25" which is, I believe, a bit thicker than recommended. The cuts were perfect. I did not use the guide because the stone panels are too large (24" by 6").
Allowing the blade to do the work is important. The time it took to make each cut is slower than a larger wet tile saw, but the cost savings made that a non-issue. The reservoir for the water is small. I would change the water more often, but (again) the savings made this another non-issue.
I am more than pleased with the performance of this wet tile saw.
Here's the negative, if you are considering this model: If I were to tile a family room floor and wanted to do it in one or two days, I may rather rent a small or medium size wet tile saw. Those models cut quicker and have larger water reservoirs. I also like having a guide when cutting tile for floors. Not having a guide for cutting the stone panels was not an issue in this project. If you are not in a hurry to complete your project, this is your model.
When you tile the rule of thumb is to buy an extra 10% to account for damage and waste. At the end of the project, I was able to return most of that extra 10%... that's how good this tool is.
I will caution that you should (a) work with it outside and (b) don't use it on the ground. Even with the guard in place I got shards of tile flung at my legs causing nicks in my skin that felt like bug stings. But when I put it on sawhorses, the problem went away. Also, the water reservoir gets filled up with "tile silt" after 5-6 feet worth of cutting, so I had to occasionally pour out the water, rinse, and refill.
If you're a contractor who does tile for a living, you'd be better off with a more robust tool. But for us weekend warriors, this thing is perfect.
Top international reviews
The slide and fence are a little sticky, not super reliable for guidance on tiles that are not square, but you get the hang of it. Start on easy cuts. It comes with a blade, which is awesome at this price. The blade is quality for a small job Read the instructions, there are a few things in there that are helpful.
I didn't want to spend too much money to cut a few tiles, so I bought this.
I was able to cut pretty thick 1x2 feet tiles (ceramic) without any issues.
The only thing I would prefer, which is what my previous saw had, is a movable water tray - this one is a bit hard to refill as it stays underneath the main surface.
Also, the guide, with the 2 separate screws is really cumbersome to put on and take off. My old saw had a quick latch, which made setting it up and adjusting it much faster. This one is a pain, although once secured, it is more stable.
I think it can handle the little bigger project too.
This being your tool you do have to take care of it by cleaning it properly free every shift.and make sure keep the water hose next to you or a water bucket so you can keep the blade dipped in water, this way it can last for a long time.
Buy it if you are looking for one you can’t go wrong